I have an Audiologic VCR/DVD player, and have been having problems with it for a while. It will turn on, but then the display screen is messed up and just says DVDCD all the time. I can't get it to switch from VCR to DVD or to open/close the DVD tray (or really anything). We had the same problem a few weeks ago, and I was able to unplug it and plug it back in a couple of times, then got it to work. Do you have any advice on how to fix it (other than just buying a new one)? We haven't had it for that long, had it plugged into a surge protector, and certainly don't have anything stuck in there.
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Had the same problem on my JVC vcr/dvd combo unit.
You need to turn off the timer function. I did this by making sure my remote was in the "VHS" mode...turn the swith from TV to the right (found on the remote in the upper left corner...an then hit the "vcr" button. Then point the remote at the VCR unit and hit the No. 4 button (timer turns off). Your unit should not have the red timer displayed and you should be able to play your tapes okay.
This sounds like a setting on your DVD player in its menu settings. You could try a couple of things, first being to unplug it for a couple of moments (5-10 minutes) or going through your menu on the DVD player with the remote or the front of the player. I assume that all of your DVDs have this problem.
The Sony Bravia should have a number of component inputs, so you should be able to hook up the DVD directly to the TV. The only reason for hooking it up through the VCR would be to record a DVD on VHS... but that's for the birds--VHS is old technology.
Each component input on the back of the TV has a number. You then select to view the component you want by pressing the remote control button to change the display (it should show with one you're on... e.g., Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, etc.).
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This may not be a solution, but is a good start. I recently bought a house with the theater system installed, but no remote. Had similiar problems with some functions on Universal remote. Did a google search and got the remote for my system and presto! I did a google on the DVD-108 and saw a AudioLogic remote(similiar, Originals are no longer available), and saw that there is a "setup" button as well as others that may select inputs. This may not be a solution, but would be a good start. Worked for me!